OK, thanks. I guess what I then don't understand is role of the ldap
user/machine/group suffixes in smb.conf. I'll have to go do some more
On 3/31/06, David Hollis <dhollis(a)davehollis.com> wrote:
On Fri, 2006-03-31 at 11:22 -0800, Mont Rothstein wrote:
> I've been working with the Samba Howto
> In it the ldap user suffix is set to "ou=People".
> Later, it walks through the creation of Samba Domain Groups, including
> Domain Users.
> I am confused by these two. When do user accounts go in ou=People and
> when do they go in cn=Domain Users?
cn=Domain Users is a Group. Users are added as members of the Group.
ou=People is an Organizational Unit. It is just that - for
organization. Just because a user is under an OU, doesn't necessarily
mean that they have any additional rights (though you might tie some
type of security to the user account being under a specific OU). Think
about it like this, if your org has an office in NYC and another office
in LA, you might have a separate phone list for each office. The people
in NYC generally don't care about the people in the LA office.
David Hollis <dhollis(a)davehollis.com>
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